The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 100, Ed. 1, Friday, September 11, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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THE IxEADER GUTHBIB OKLA.t "KBIPAY SEPTEMBER 11 1908.
UNTIL OCT. 1st 1908
THE DAILY LEADER
Will givo one lifelf of every yearly mall subscription at
(14) four dollars to tite Uryatt l!atppsUeyafyudj when
the subflcrlwr ho designates. ' '' '''' l !!
Send sra Your Shfbsbrip felon NoO-
Chairman M&ek Approves
L G. NlBLAOK.'
Dear Sir: I note with pleasyre the Leader's
splendid "worlc In behalf of the cause of Bryan and
Democracy In Okla. Vour patriotism and zeal are
worthy of emulation. The National Committee most
heartiyconlmendB your -worthy efforts.
Chairman D$m. Nat'l. Com.
WILL YOU HELP?
Gov. Haskell Commends
State of Oklahoma.
The Leader is certainly worthy of great com
mendation for its noble efforts in behalf of the Bryan
cause and its zeal toward increasing the campaign
C. N. H ASK EL'-.
Treasurer Nat'l Com.
Will Yom Help?
Aro you a champion of the Bryan
cause? .Do vou wish to seo Democ-
racy triumph in 'Noxembor.
Tlieu give financial aid.
Every little bit helps.
The Leader herewith agrees lo give
ono-liair of all j early subscriptions
nt $LO0 per year by mall to the
Bryan campaign received from now
until October let.
Send in your $4.00 for the f dally
'and. while Aiding the Bryan cause
yon win. Do get Hug o dally paper to
kee pyou (lasted ou the progress of
the campaign the i:ows of the state
departments corporation commission
The Leader's Plan Is heailtly ap-
proved by Mv. Di)un Mr. Mack Gov.
ilaskell and th National Committee.
Subscriptions at $U0 per year by
mall .will Hie leeelve-l by the Loader
and "nair or each subscription .applies
to the Uryr.u Hind mid turned over
to Uov. Haskell. National Treasurer
Addresi All Subscriptions to D&.ily Lcsvdor
ITL'H air S
Never Fails lo Restore I
Gray Hair to its Natural '
Color and Beauty. )
orladeVi Prowottsaluxiitianlenjwttit '
til healthy hair. Stops Its falling oul
and fkbsltlvely removed 0n-
tJrHll. Keeps hair soft and glossy. Kb-'
fue all substitutes. 2)4 times as much
In $1.00 a 50c. site. Is Net & Dye.
gland 50c. bottles aa draggtsls
S5nd Je (or tr txrk Th Cars o the Hair."
l'bllo Uay Spec Co.. Kemrlc N.J.
Hay's Hat-flan SoapcurMPimpi.
it auui.iiai(K'i;uliUb aim an i mn uin-
ecp Rkln fine and ftofe 25c. dnnrirltt
ml rotmh andttiippri! hafiC atad all tltln din'
uw Arep. Kkin nneana mjie :c. urui?irlt
Syndic lor (it booU "The Care U(h Kklo."
J. N. WALLACE AND A. E. GRAY.
McPherson Oil Co. of Muskogee
with n capital stock of $15000. Tho
directors are: B.imuel N. Mcpherson.
Geo. I. Uhl. ('. W. Turner and Charles
Bagg all of Muskogee.
Bryan County Mining Co. of Caddo
with $10000 capital stock. The direct-
ors aro: "Vm. G. Ward Chhs. C.
Semple M M MC. Carter I'oter Boom
l S. Semple all of Caddo.
Tho Oklahoma Cty Law Library
with a capital stock of $10000. The
directors aro C. B. Ames Sam Hooker
James Chonoth V. R. Taylor J. B.
DuMars E. E. Beardon and Geo. W.
Clark all of Oklahoma City.
S. J. Weaver or Wanette for Potta-
Ventress of Pauls Vailey for Garvin
W. S. JohnBon of Stonewall for
J. D. Squires of Terrell for Jeffer-
iLWl.m-gtimn- ' lillllW. ''""IMTMW'I. 'MIIIITTTTTtnTTrrnn 1 lTTTFnWIIlll IWIIIIIHIIIIMMIIWI
Governor Haskell has received no
more cheerful contribution than tho
following which arrived Thursday
Mllos Station 111.. Sept. 9 1008.
Governor C. N. Haskell Guthrie. Okl.t.
Dear Sir: Enclosed find a small
flask ol oil which may serve to lubri-
cate one llttio cog Jn tho machinery ot
the Democratic campaign for the Jib
Opening of the Brooks Sunday Sep-
"A Royal Slate" is a mo-st ntrlklng
production In many ways li Is a new
ani pleasing departure In the way 'if
the play and there Is nothing similar
to it on ttie stage today it is unlike
any other story containing an Inter-
esting theme presenting a pretty ro-
mance in a manner which buhls the
Interest of the audience throughout
tho entire play. Mr. Uussoll Snend
who portrays the part of "Agullla"
the slave Is a man of fine physique
possessing a rich mellow voice and
handling tho character in a mustcrful
manner. Ho glvos an excellont Inter-
pretation of a typo of a race which
now remains only n memory. Mr.
Clarence Bonnott hns selected an en-
tire cast that seems exceptionally well
fitted for the parts which they portray
gives a strong representation of a
BROUGHT AID TO.WOUN-
BRAVE HELPLESS WOMAN
Alter Dragging Escort to Aid
and Shelter She Told of
Her Awful Ordeal
I character which anneals to tho nudl-
Cration p our 10119 in.wnr.i - dm.nd talent of a snoerlor
XoX'K an'd U my. There Is not nn uninteresting
guaranteed lb be absolutely pure hav racier n th? The8t?P "
will be seen In the play and
those who u; tend the performance
here will not havo causo to 1 egret it.
I. I fln1 l.v- tnll .-ltliniit :inv 8S "r Udiuiniuiu aim uitniiiB
n i mnM. minr.i hv nn nothing An unusually strong com
Standard Oil company being used uud ' T1"
this only trutji there is In It is the
trust that ah enlightened people will
oloct Br an and Kern with a Demo-
cratic congress so that the whole brood
of Republican grafters may bo sw -jit
from our uational capital Into tho gulf
of Infamy and oblivion which is their
Just portion! Yours for victory P S.
Mr Santa is entitled to much that Is
good and Ijero'B hopln' he will bo
fTlnturf .nd UwitUkf fA tutr.
rruwd.i a luiun.tit erovth.
N.vpr F.lla ir Sr.toro Oruj
nair . is fgumiui ir.
Curcl ifa'p d3.M k Itatf lltpiL
IP YOU HNEV
The rnerlU ot tho Texao Wocder
you would never suffer from klduey
bladder oi rheumatic trouble. $1 bot-
tle two nipntbs treatment. Sold- by
Wallace drue store call for Ustl
WANTS LAW ENFORCED.
Special to Daily Louder.
Oklahoma City. Okla. Sept. 11 Tho
ultras are making a strenuous effort
to have ton officials close the gambling
Ueubts prior to the state fair opcnlug.
Numerous charges are rcrerred to na
''collusion" but ncueaie in tho opeu as
to what official. If any. is referred to.
HE TWISTS ZEBRA'8 TAIL.
Schndel German Comedian Originates
New Comedy Rldlno Act.
Tho only man In tho world who has
ever dared to twist a zohra's tall is
Frank Schndel the German burlesque
rider. Schadel has broken and trained
a zebra to drive In harness or under
l.to saddle and to do all the little
tricks or tho well-guided menace horse.
Ills act Is one of tho recently Imported
novelties or Rlugling Brothers' World's
Greatest show which on Tuesday
Sept. 22 will give two performances In
Schadel In grotesque make-up does a
screamingly funny burlesque cart-rid-iiig
act. Tlie zebr.i doeii tho cakewalk
kneel.i and dances the houchle-kmtchlc
after the manner uf the trained mule.
It Is I he only trained zebra In the
Other rimed) speplallle on the vari-
ed program are the bar and revolving
ladder tr.ivestiei or tin- I'rtmlt Trio
rtuti and Linden d Germany
Livingstons ( Kngland while
fix hllurlciim ntul iJdli'iitnim bull fight
act of the ToiciiiliM'K of Spain l what
might lie called In .pillar M-rnaeillar
a "ureain" It Is the rpprexelitatluil
of a Hpanixn hull pit nn n fete day with
a company or ga)Iy clad toreadors en-
gaged In combat with a bull. A fiisky
and tricky mule wears the makeup of
u bull and the sorry mesH he nukes of
tip) Imilesqiip gallants would make a
wooden Indian laugh.
A hair hundrm! other clowns bub-
bling tilth fun. keep the nudiencM in
aim st cohstiuiL laughter. Thero are
clowns from Germany fools from
France Jesters from tae Otiental
coin Is clown plga clown dogs and ti
clown Koo.11. Tho nun who can resist
this bunch of madcaps Is 11 subjoct for
tho d ctor.
Of the 37ft porformors this yoar with
the circus nearly BOO aro ICuropeans
who aro making tholr first tour of this
country Npvolty Is tho keynote of tho
performance. A new and elaborate
speotach begins- tho show and th'e
climax is the nutomobllo dotile somer-
sault in midair performed by Mile. La
Belle Ilcche. The entire outfit of the
show Is now this year the parade
vehicles having recently been Imported
from China Prance ami Geitrn:;.
Operatic Music at Circus.
When Rlngllng Brothers Worlds
Greatest show visits this city people
will hae an opportunity ot hearing Al-
bert C Sweet's Military band which
this year plays tho Incidental music
during the performance; and during
the hour between tho oponlng ot the
d.ors and tho start or the main show
of fen t dollghtful program of operatic
and popular music. Tho batni num-
bers SO soloists. Mr. Swoot Is tho
champion cornet 1st ot America.
Special lo Daily Loader.
Shawnee Okla. Sept. 11. Details ot
the shooting and assault Wednesday
night in this city aro mcagio. If the
report In the afterno.tn Mows Thur0
day is true Mrs. MoXelU'3 heroism In
gottlng aid for Dallo is unparalleled
In Oklahoma. It says:
"Charles Dalley an employe of the
paving company was shot and serious-
ly wounded Wednesday night In iho
vicinity of the crossing of tho Iteck Is-
land and Katy over tho Santa Vo
southeast of tho city by nn unknown
negro whom tho police bellcvo they
have located. At the time lie wiB
shot ho was In company with Mrs.
Mary McNeill a waitress in an East
Main street eating house who after
tho shooting was dragged Into tho
bushes and assaulted.
"Tho shooting took place about 9:30
o'clock and appears to have been en-
tirely without provocation and unex-
pected. Dalley had accompanied Mm.
McNeill along tho Santa Fo tracks and
all unawares a shot was fired from
behind them. Tho ball lodged in Dail-
"Following the shooting and nssaul'
Mrs. McNeill assisted Dallo? to the
Rock Island section house near by and
from there word wan sent to tho pa-
llco station A carrhign wmt sent out
and Dallov wits brought to the city.
Tho bulh't wait extracted from tho
Abdominal cavity. It hns perforated
the liitiMilliifH mil lodged beneath the
liver. Air. Dalley snifforod a Severn
Intornal hemotrhage and Is In a pre-
carious condition 11 L the Shmfnpu hos
"A number id negrnos were nrronted
tndny and taken to the police utatlon
but Mrs. McNeill wni quite nertatit
that her nHAiillant was tint amo:ig
CORES ECZEMA QUICKLY
HfH Drug Poslatn Now Obtainable In
Since Us discovery ono year ago the
now drug i0slatn hns sueceosrully
etired thousands of chronic cases or
eczema and other distressing skin
iirfllctlona. Heretofore pontnm lias
been dispensed solely fur tho belief It
tiaieuy oM4Mnuhtirs treatment -flyn
wijt ffi nlUto be an liiriunenldrico'i
'itywiy (t?oiM!ui' wll ls " tor-minuf
shin troubles' such mm plmplen hhidk
InVulfl help)))' tit-tie. scaly scalp com
ploxlon'nlenltsliPfl.'RchlnB f""t. pile
etc. Which rOfiiilre hut n small qunh-
(lly lo cure. To ovArcjinn this ntid
in response to urgent appeal" the dls-
penRors ot pofdmu have been obliged
to adapt' Ih aditliln to the regulnr two'
dollac pntiknge- k apeclnl finv'ceiit
al7f which in future miiy be found oh
sale nt F. B. I.IIlle'H. tho PostorNce
Plitirniacy. Gdthrle or may he ordered
direct from the; Uniergeney Laboriitor-
ten No. fill West 2r.th Street. Now
York City. In nil eczema rases pos
lain ntops Itching with first applica-
tion and proceeds to heal immediately
elirunlc cases being cured In two
weeks in less serious skin troubles
results nio seen after nn overnight
Samples for experimental pur(Kiscs
may still lie had. ftee of charge by
writing to tho laboratories for tliem.
David Houston Van Kirk of Moun-
tain .View was In the city yesterday
attending tho Republican pow wow.
G. A. Tallant. representing Glnn &
Co. text books is haro from Oklahoma
Prof. Goo. Norrls lert last evening
for Ann Arbor Michigan to enter the
university to tuko'a post graduate
W. K. Patterson Is in Marshall.
H. Iliison assistant commissioner of
charities has returned from n visit In
J. L. Mitch returned last evening
from Edmond whoro ho visited the
Central State Normal schcol.
Congressman B. S. McQuIro loft last
night for Blackburn.
Mr. II. C. Durent Is hero from
Loren 05do representing tho Direct
Action Gns Range Co. at tho demon-
stration conking lessons given nt the
Houston hardware stoic.
I sell the Red Cross Shoe for ladles
GRADY COUNTY BUILDS BRIDGES
f'hlckasha. Seplembor 11.- Tho
board of county commissioner adjourn-
ed yesterday after securing estimates
on sixteen bridges ntid ordering tho
county clerk to advertise for bids on
tho construction of tho same. Accord-
ing to estimates furnlnhed by Engi-
neer Colby tho bridges will cost $21-
G0 to which sum $l.lK7.t) is to bo
added for engineering fees and super-
intendence. County Clerk Lludsay
will adortlso for bids at once and
contracts will be lot at the expiration
of four weeks.
20 Per cent discount on all Oxfords.
SC C A CURE FOR
O. O. RHEUMATISM
Rheumatism is caused by an excess of uric acid in the bloodwhich is
carried tUrouuli the circulation to all portions of the system. 1 J very muscle
nerve bone? and joint absorbs the ncrid. pain producing: pohion causing
aches inflawmatioiitifftiess and other well known sj mptonis of the disease.
Permauent ifelief from the pains- mid dtscptuf-irt of Rheumatism cannot be
expected frdiu the use .yf liniments plasters and other external treatment
bicU dcesaiot reacU".the blood where the cau.be in; located. Such measure
give temporary iclfef' but itv order to cure. Khnwnatism th? itrirfacidoriU
iaaauimatcij' polscm wlistbe rpellfil fjom Hit? blood. -S. S.S. qilrea
Klimuatissjbecaus"evUls a perfect blood purifier. Itgocs down into the
circu1atIon'tMeutrulie9 the uru acid uud drives it from the blood. S. S. S.
epls the irritatinjr inflammatory matter wbu li is causiuji the pain sweli-
tnf and other discomfort enriches the wcaL -.our blood and jiennattently
enrea Rheumatism. In ull forms of Rheumatism whether acute or chronic
S. S. S. will be found a Bafc vegetuble remedy jwssessiug the properties
needed to cure and at the same ttnir a medicine that builds up the entire
jrMw(jyjMHUciuniccun.i.n. ..uu. uMuEalu m ..v......wv Un 1 jmu u POni.i.u. v . Vliilr
uu an ww write. XJUC SWin : SPJ&CUaU CO. ATLAMTA UA 'fnit
Royal Stamp of Success.
Clarence Bennett's attractions are so
well and tavorably known In Gutttrlo
Ihut It t with great ploasure Mr.
Brooks manager of tho Brooks opera
house announcos the coming of ono of
their standard buccuhsuu "A Royal
Slavo" which Is b-roked to play hero
SOnday night. The author who wrote
that other phenomenal success. 'The
Holy City." which wo albo hope to sua
tbl i.euson has c'joson for the action
of the piece the most romantic period
In the history of Mosiloo. .he brlet
reign of tho. untoiiunata Maximilian.
Tbe character of Agullla the descend
ant (l the Mniitezumaa tae last of a
race now ovtlntt U'a poetic Croatian
which appeals to ur ImaKliisilou. The
other diameters ot :i long a 11. 1 Interest
lug cast nn ejiuallyatrongly drayn
rue hpeciaiiiefti intrpauceu uy m
SOLDIERS VILL 8EE BALLOON.
(By Arisoclatcd Press.)
SI .Tnafiiili Mn I Kmil 1 1 -rnnlnln
nntilwln'tt Htrttrlhln i-at- linllnnn nr. '
rived here today and will be seen In
trials during military tournament In
which 5000 Federal troops will partic-
ipate during tho week of September 21.
THE OLD COLORED MAN'S DREAM.
I was dined and wined by the local
Republic-tin organization until the wee
small lioum Pi the morning. When I
laid inysoir down to rosd with in) mind
wandering to the hlgln'r Republican
banquet. I wan mooii dreaming f
winding my way up a long iiiinew path
WiU'ii 1 met 1 body of colored people
going Clm same way we wnlliod along"
until we came to'n large door and one
of thu party rnppd mi the door the
aunucr enme wm Ih tliere we are col
ored oters the answer came from
Bird are you u foot or astride the
answer from one or our pany wan op
foot. Bird answered yon cannot conn
III Iipiii so wo drifted back down tfle
patli under a largo blnelt Jack tree and
vai talking the matter over when wu
noticed a law crowd coming up lite
i pat'i ull white Republicans. So w
WfllGIICil wnni llioiv uiey nan. in"
stiokesmnti rappod and the answer
came who Is there. Wo are Republl
caiiB vote the straight ticket. Bird
savn what have you done in tho way
rf HnoliiK up the coloted votors. Good
work are you a foot or nstilde a foot
was the replv. You cannot comu In
hero so they turn around and on mo
down whero us colored peojilo were
under tho tree tbelr sp-kosman replied
that thoy havo a novel wuy so wo all
could get It. You colored people got
down on all fours and wo will rldo up
to the gnte. All right caino th
answer from ono pf our party. So wo
walliwod along In the dust up to the
gate and ono of the lllllo whites rap
pod. Bird asked who Is there wo ar
Republicans tried and true and havo
worked for the Republican party faith
ful tho answer came from Bird aie you
a foot or nBtrldu tho answor camo from
tho spokesman astride. The answer
camo from Bird lonvt j"ur steeds out-
side and come in. Thvro wo wa and
I have woke up. UNCLE JOSH.
SbiJr fr m. Ml. j
EnclosecJ find $l.oo lor which j
please send me the Daily Leader
three (3) months from date.
HASKELL APPOINT8 DELEGATES.
Call for Democratlo County Central
Tho Democratic County Central
committee is hereby called to meet at
iho city hall at 2 t. m. Saturday Sep-
tember 5. Important business
J. B. FAVOR Chairman
a D. FOSTER Sepretary.
Special to Dally Loader.
Hobart Okla. Sept. 11. Local and
foreign capitalists are asking fran-
chises for electric street railway and
gas plants. But five members of tbe
council wero preiopt at the last sea-
slon henco no action was taken.
AUdjnoy General Charles Wost loft
Jast night for Jefferson City Mo
where he will Join his family who are
visiting relatives theie
"Ail lumbermen are not wasteful far
rrom It." says It S. Kellogg assistant
foreslei' in the I in l ed Slates foient
nerlee in apt'iiklng uhout the prugreas
of forestry in thin country. "Just th.'
coin i nr) is line In many cases and the
number of men in the lumber indus-
try u wakening to iIih uecimslty of con-
serving the country's losouraus is In-
creasing each day. Progressive linn-
tmruiQh realize that thoy must adopt
cotiMurvnllve methods or live to wntcii
the slow (Unlit of tholr great industry.
"Vast stietcheN of territory Iikvh
Iman mado barren through as wu
think now the careless and almost
criminal methods of the old time lum-
berman Practically every section of
the country bears seam loft after he
had skinned the land and left what re
mained upon to the ravugos of fire. I
Tho waste In the woods was torrlflr ; '
tho mill waste was utmost us serlniM '
In ninny cases the percentage of the
iron that was sunt lo tho mnrkut in
tho form of lumber wns so small thai1
1 would be ashamed .to mention the
figure. . .It was considerably less than
Tho foregoing erfort upon the par1 I
of an oxport can bo utilized tor good I
results in onstern Oklahoma where
our lumber regions are still in tonl-
tlon to proservo
The 1'nltod States authorities arc
trying hard to arouse Interest meet-
ing latel with some signs of succss
Governor Haskell this morning ap-
pointed the Rillowlng delegates tri rep-
resent tin- new state at tho natlonnl
farmers congress which meets In Mad-
ison. Win. Soptentbor 23.
Win. H. Murray IllBhomltigo: Carip-
bell KusroII Warner: C. A.. McNabb.
Oklahoma 'lty. .1. H McUlendon.
Atoka; 8 i Ileal of Shawnee; .T. .W.
Mr.Nenl. (Iillhrle; .Inines Purfllllgpr
Bridgeport. Dr J. H t'onnnl) Stlil-
water John Field. Oklahoma City; D.
L. llouhklss or W'ntonga; I). L. Alli-
ens Httllwnfor; Bon Hontiessoy Guth
rle. H O. Dawa Guthrie; ('hnrl.w V.
Dnireit. ut!irii: Thnd JUt-e. Hitch-
cock; Dun Dlehl of Golelio M V
Aknrd. Chlckasha: J. O. Elliott. Pauls
Vnlle); y. T Bryau Perry; S-lwijrH
White. Mclud; J. W. L (orlev Honv-
nuer; R F. Wilson. Valiant.
Utlilsey Clioloau; A ('. Cobb
onr J P. ronnara t'anadlan
Dewoy. Okla Sept. 11. Colotul
Barlles has been the proud host ot hn
former comrades at the reunion helm?
held here und which has proven the
host or ltn kind for this section lit the
way or ntiondunce
It lultretuKl and tioal'l kjiox
TIj iuw ymrluHl cjrlu.
llrtitM 04C itlllTru-
l3l. II pwunro
ennnr tnitbiT ub
. V i: t aurrpt no
The Presbyterian ladles will hold a
conked food sale at Power's plumbing
shop on Saturday September Yi
For the best line of f
to Weiuberger'a Smoke) y.
USUI Si SJa aUJ--!!!
Ollu-r. tot tnd lUnp lot.
llliuu-At! Ijook -al.I II ffii
lull vrUola;i aaddiiw ilwu
ralnaWo to ItdlM. SJAHyfcl.
4 t:.i a' a ui M'.w v u
'or salo bv
V. B. Lllllo t- Co.
Cured; quick relief; removos
all swolllng In 8 to 20 days:
10 to 00 days effects portiiunent cure.
Trial truatiuent given free to sufferers
nothing; fairer. For circulars tfcnlt-
aiinlals and freo trial treatment write
Dr. JL II. areeu's Sons. Uo G. At
ciiiinily olrniniitssire gitletly In l;epli)K
uilli tin. aliiirt.flieri.lfif the niiiroiimt. x
Ings and the Jjff of ikwrdplay In HipL
ftliel scene sec
is na prfltwdn
RpccJ.il lo Dally Leader.
Alius Okla.. Sept 11 -Wurt. on tho
new wntnr work plint I- being rnsheii
to ciiinpletiiiii. and the bnllders pnim-
Ise to imit- Ji conipn-te iiy
' ' a i . a Bnotnim i H
s HURH ! I
There is no need of anyone suffering long with this disease for to
effect a quick cure it is only necessary to take a few doses of
At tho First dlKlrlct conKntln of
the Republicans here Thursday V-i-
non WhlliuB' of Enid. Wa-- Selected I
chairman of the campaiKn minlttee.
W. 8. Lamb ot Piry. was chosen wic-1
retary. and (1. W; Hehlcgal Chandler'
treasurer. U'hu lumimlttpo wilt one'.u
i hc4diiuarient Tu-ru immedlaifly. j
In fact in most cases one dose is sufficient. It never fails and can be
relied upon in the most severe and dangerous cases. It is equaliy
valuable for children and is the means of saving the lives of many
children each year. In the world's history no medicine has ever met
with greater success. Price 25 cents. Large size 60 centtt.
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